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    Some time since the "Sunday Times" made a brief reference to the hazardbus-career of a bold corset-drummer, who has been pervading W.A. in a ...

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  3. LATEST CABLE NEWS "Sunday Times" Special Messages from London. Alleged Cancer Cure

    The Boards of London and Middlesex Hospitals have placed 20 cancer cases under the "Trspsin" treatment, This step has been actuated by a ...

    Article : 49 words
  4. TELEGRAMS Lying-in Hospitals

    The sensational disclosures regarding lying-in homes at Sydney have led to enquiries being made here. It was found that in Melbourne they ...

    Article : 39 words
  5. King of Sweden

    King Oscar II. of Sweden is in a critical condition of health. The aged monarch, who is in his 78th year, is suffering from an ...

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  6. British Railway Monopoly

    A large depntation warted upon. Mn. Lloyd George, president of the Board of Trade, to protest against the existing gigantic railway ...

    Article : 76 words
  7. Congo Annexation

    By 128 votes to 2 the Belgian Ohamber of Deputies has decided to hasten the preliminaries towards the unrestricted annexation of the Congo ...

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  8. Feeding London's Children

    The School Children's Meals Bill, which has been read for the third time in the House of Commons, authorises the London County Council to ...

    Article : 77 words
  9. Child Drowned

    A child named William Drinnan, aged 7, fell into a water hole at Rushworth, and was drowned. ...

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  10. South African Labor

    The Transvaal Constitution reserves only bills dealing with contract laborers, imported from outside South Africa. ...

    Article : 67 words
  11. Melbourne Building Strike

    To-day the Premier met four representatives of the employers and Mr Prendergast. On the proposition of the Minister ...

    Article : 110 words
  12. English Education

    The question as to whether County Councils are bound under the Education Act of 1902, to pay the expenses of religious teachings in Church ...

    Article : 135 words
  13. The Education Act

    For the eleventh time since the introduction of the new Education Act Dr. Clifford, the famous Baptist, and a number of Nonconformist ...

    Article : 48 words
  14. Italy Arming

    Admiral Mirabello, the Italian Minister of Marine, has asked the Chamber to push on with an extensive ship-building programme. ...

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  15. Motor v. Cycle

    On Tuesday evening last, Robert Adam, a well-known painter, of Albert Park was cycling along Elizabeth-street, when he was run down by ...

    Article : 78 words
  16. Trades Disputes Bill

    The Labor members of the House of Commons have resolved that the amendments by the House of Lords to the Trades Disputes Bill are ...

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  17. France and the Pope

    The relations between France and the Vatican regarding the legality of church services are somewhat less strained. ...

    Article : 102 words
  18. An Improved Dreadnought

    Naval Secretary Bonaparte has submitted to Congress the plans of an improved Dreadnought with a displacement of 20,000 tons, and a ...

    Article : 57 words
  19. American Spelling Reform

    President Roosevelt has withdrawn his instructions to the Public Printer, which insisted on a "simplified" phonetic form of spelling. ...

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    A Subiaco Man's Complaint:— "I would like to bring under the notice of the general public the disgraceful way some consumers of water ...

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    Next week, December, 23, the "Sunday "Times" will burst on the public with its 40-page Christmas number—an issue which will eclipse all previous ...

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    Dr. Nyulasy is once more the central figure of a somewhat extraordinary situation. He has been appointed full surgeon on the Outdoor staff ...

    Article : 229 words
  23. British Bills

    The Workmen's Compensation Bill has got through its second reading in the House of Lords. The Marchants' Shipping and Trades ...

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    The steeplechasers Up to Date and Young Creswick are in work again after a good spell. Brinsley, a gelding by Wallace, who ...

    Article : 127 words
  25. More Suffragettes

    Five female suffragettes, among whom was Miss Augusta M'Donald, of New South Wales, who wens erreated within the precincts of the House of ...

    Article : 52 words
  26. Transvaal Politics

    The Dutch organ "Onsland" is severely critical of the new Transvaal Constitution. It complains firstly that the voters' ...

    Article : 196 words

    Lucama, who [?]as proved so unreliable in public, won nicely at Rosebill last Saturday, and she is now favorite for the Villiers Stakes. Her ...

    Article : 152 words
  28. Metal Markets

    Copper, spot, £105 17s 6d, £106 2s 6d; do., forward, £106 17s 6d, £107 2s 6d, Tin, forward, £196 10s, £197. ...

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    The new launch "May" will run an excursion to Point Walter at lO a.m., returning at 8 p.m., and during the day will make hourly trips between ...

    Article : 59 words
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    Smart wedding group photographs. Drive to the Bartletto Studio, Haystreet, and be up-to-date. ...

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    It requires the merest glance over the candidates for the last Commonwealth election of the many States to pick out such a collection of ...

    Article : 157 words
  32. BOXING

    At Cyclora[?]a on Tuesday night Bill Lang, the well-known Richmond footballer, met Peter Kling. Odds were laid on the latter but Lang had the ...

    Article : 58 words
  33. Advertising

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    At their Mart, 509 Hay-street, W. Manton and Co. will sell silverware, electroplated ware, cutlery, glassware, etc., comprising a great variety of ...

    Article : 37 words
  35. A Goldfielder's Death

    William E. Turner, proprietor of the Railway Hotel, Kalgoorlie, died at [?]town yesterday. Deceased, with his wife, was ...

    Article : 49 words



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